Mobility

13 cities that are starting to ban cars

Urban planners and policy makers around the world have started to brainstorm ways that cities can create more space for pedestrians and lower CO2 emissions Image: REUTERS/Mike Blake

Leanna Garfield

Innovation Reporter, Tech Insider

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